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i respect her for trying, but this was just not it. the lack of lyricism and flow, listening to this is almost unbearable. her use of the n-word as a non black person is...disgraceful...to say the least. her not even writing these songs also made what is supposed to be her work less enjoyable to me. this “album” is supposed to show off her artistry and talent as a rapper, and it just failed to do so. i expected so much more and i seem to not be the only one who agrees.
I’m gonna be honest, I used to be a fan of Cardi. I would stream her music, buy her songs, tune into her lives and stuff. I was a fan. I even really liked this album. For awhile i bopped to it. Then another female rapper by the name of Ms. Nicki Minaj, dropped her album Queen and everything changed. Don’t get me wrong, I was still a fan of both, but Queen was just so mind blowing. This sorta double fan thing lasted until Cardi threw her shoe and everything unfolded. Now looking back on this album, it aged like bread chile-
NICKI THE QUEEN AND WILLL FOREVER BE THAT QUEEN ...SOOOOO STREAM MEGATRON AND YIKES AND SAY SO REMIX IF CARDI THE QB, IM NICK LOMBARDI. I WANT ORIGINAL MOTORSPORT VERSE SHE SERVED CARDI BIG MAD THAT SHE AINT ON THE QUEENS LEVEL AND BY THE WAY THE GRAMMYS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SCAMMED NICKI GOT THE BEST RAP ALBUM OF 2018 CARDI ONLY GOT IT BECAUSE THEY NEEDED TO SET OF HER CAREER DONT STREAAM HORRIBLE ALBUM
Invasion of Privacy is hip-hop artist Cardi B’s first major studio album, and for me it ranks among the best, most exhilarating rap albums of recent years. Truthfully, I’m not sure if anyone who’s not named Kendrick Lamar has impressed me as much or than she has in the genre in as of late (I would even include in that the recent incursion of Lizzo, who herself is terrific). This is a high energy, wonderfully profane, mesmerizing, and quite diverse song collection, containing some fantastic collaborations as well as works that show how well this rising star can dominate on her own. Out of the thirteen tracks on Invasion, I probably loved at least seven of them, and really enjoyed most of the rest. The emotional range of the tunes—from the angry to the poignant to the silly—really shows the scope of what she’s capable of. “I Like It” with added Spanish-language diversity with Bad Bunny and J Balvin is her biggest mainstream hit to date and worthy of its attention, while “Bodok Yellow” her first major radio-played song, is really strong in its flow; “Be Careful” is perhaps my favorite song of I’ve heard of hers to date with its raw energy, though it’s hard to make a choice. Also in among my prized favorites is “I do” featuring SZA. I hate to say it, but though I’m quite a fan of his the weakest song to me was one with Chance the Rapper called “Best Life”, though even that is not a bad song per se. Overwhelming this album is a delight coming from an exciting, fearless, relatively-new-on-the-scene hip-hop artist.
Well, after watching the Grammys 2019 and her breaking records - I have to admit a new-found respect for her, therefore I'm commenting BEFORE I buy it - but buy it I am! All Hail Cardi B! Bought and liked... but you know you never really HEAR it for months after...but so far 7 of 11 ain't bad...
Why do all of Cardi B’s songs have sexual lyrics in them? Is that all she can rap about? Come on. What happened to real rap? Ring (feat. Kahloni), or however you spell her name, is the only decent song on that album, in my opinion.
Cardi B is one of the worst “rappers” in history. She sounds like a dying animal when she speaks, her “rapping” makes me want to cut my ears off, she isn’t funny, and her history makes it worse. She drugged and robbed people. How she isn’t in jail is beyond me. It wouldn’t let me submit this without a rating so I’m putting one star. If I could, I’d put 0 stars